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Imamiya Shrine

21 Murasakino Imamiyacho, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8243, Kyoto Prefecture
+81 75-491-0082
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お参りしてあぶり餅を食べて! After going to Imamiya Shrine, please eat sweet, ABURIMOCHI

最高の京都B級グルメと言えば今宮神社のあぶり餅だ!参道を挟んで2軒。どちらがいいかは好みの問題だが、僕はなぜか神社に向かって右側のい○和さんに入る。長い歴史が作ったお参り後の一服は最涼のひと時。 AB... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
tetsubei
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You have to eat small burned rice cake with stick.

Imamiya Shrine is not center of Kyoto but I will recommend you to go there not only historical... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2017
tetsubei
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19 May 2017
“You have to eat small burned rice cake with stick.”
6 days ago
“お参りしてあぶり餅を食べて! After going to Imamiya Shrine, please eat sweet, ABURIMOCHI”
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21 Murasakino Imamiyacho, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8243, Kyoto Prefecture
Northern Kyoto
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

最高の京都B級グルメと言えば今宮神社のあぶり餅だ!参道を挟んで2軒。どちらがいいかは好みの問題だが、僕はなぜか神社に向かって右側のい○和さんに入る。長い歴史が作ったお参り後の一服は最涼のひと時。 ABURIMOCHI is one of the best B-class sweet in Kyoto. There are two sweet houses along welcome road to the shrine, IMAMIYA shrine. You will taste, try and decide which is your choice.

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Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

Imamiya Shrine is not center of Kyoto but I will recommend you to go there not only historical & sacred environment but also "must eat dessert." Aburimochi which is burned rice cake with syrup and rice-powder is the one which you have to eat as...More

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Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

This is probably the most beautiful shrine we visited during our short stay in Kyoto. It is very peaceful and less touristic than other shrines in the city. We visited the shrine at dusk and there were hardly any people around. Moreover, the traditional Japanese...More

Thank Philipp H
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Reviewed 21 October 2016

nice temple with lots of shrines. be sure to say a little prayer and pick up the rock inside one of the shrines got to see a cleansing ritual also a must is eating the little kebabs outside, one of the stalls is 1000 years...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

I used to live near this shrine as I was a child. This is why I am quite familiar with this shrine. When you enter from the east gate, you might feel as if you strayed into a scene of historical movie.

Thank Kimitaka S
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Reviewed 10 April 2016

This is a beautiful and peaceful shrine, with many smaller shrines contained on the grounds. There are some nice buildings, nice walks to the small shrines, and calm ambiance (especially if you just walked over from Kinkaku-ji with its crowd of people). And there are...More

Thank Don P
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Reviewed 13 January 2016 via mobile

Nice place to visit. Such a antique area with beautiful architecture. There're no train in this area so you need to go by bus.

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Reviewed 13 November 2015

This is a beautiful and peaceful shrine to visit. Not many people were there when we visited and we were able to take our time looking around. The children enjoyed doing the rituals of ringing the bells and lifting the stone and so forth. We...More

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Reviewed 24 October 2015

Stopped there for a brief visit during our private cycling tour with "Nuro" and very much liked it. It was very quiet as it does not seem to be very well known to most tourists.

Thank ath2011ath
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Reviewed 22 June 2015

We found this place when walking from subway station to Kinkaku-ji Temple. I don't think many tourists go there due to very tight schedule when in Kyoto. We also found this place by a chance and we loved it! There were absolutely no people there,...More

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